Take Full Control of your Razer Blade w/no PL Throttling

Discussion in 'Razer' started by David Kirchik, Mar 8, 2019.

  1. i_dima

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    You need Apito V Version, I tried plenty of versions before I done this tweak
     
  2. i_dima

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    Of course I understand that BSOD is normal but I don’t know what to do next.It’s not a RAM It’s not a driver. It happens after BIOS tweak.
     
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    Did you undervolte the cpu?
     
  4. Komorebi

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    Finally got this working! The only wierd thing is Throttle Stop says the cores are only staying at 2.6 during cinebench, and not turboing. Turbo boost should be enabled so i dont know whats going on there.
     
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    You either have a 26 lock in throttlestop under FVIR, processor power management set to below 100% in Windows power settings, or disabled turbo in BIOS. Check also synapse performance settings.
     
  6. i_dima

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    No
     
  7. Joikansai

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    Then try to revert original bios see if it still happens, maybe other reason like NVIDIA Driver, btw Razer announced recently Nvidia Driver for fixing bsod recently. I don’t have bsod though so I didn’t install it.
     
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    hackness Notebook Virtuoso

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    That's because it is most likely not a 230W adapter. I did some additional tests on my own, labeled as 200W, and 200W is the max it would pull from the wall, so looks like 160W adapter. When the battery is fully charged it would actually drop the power at the wall to 180W and start using battery to get what's missing. Something is fishy here.
     
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    Can't quite get my head round the switching to Balanced profile for this "hack" to work - am I missing something here? Switching to Balanced is forcing my TDP back down to 35 watts which introduced PL throttling again when benchmarking. The laptop is the fastest it's ever felt after the BIOS mod tho, I must say.

    Worth mentioning I'm on Bios v1.08 and EC v1.03 - maybe this matters?
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2019
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